Occupational Testing, Dust Testing in Australia
- Asbestos Air Monitoring
- Bacteria, Fungi and other Microorganisms
- Inorganic Gases and Fumes
- Metals and Metalloids
Asbestos air monitoring is important if you plan to renovate or are working with asbestos containing building materials that have been damaged or have deteriorated over time, so that fibres might have been released and are present in the air.
Our NATA Accredited Envirolab laboratories have extensive experience and are specialised in identifying the presence and effectiveness of control measures for asbestos in soil, water and air. Our laboratory testing includes:
- Fibre counting in airborne fibres
- Fibre counting in water samples
- Asbestos identification in building materials
- Asbestos in soil
Biological contamination by bacteria and fungi of indoor air may cause adverse health effects in homes, businesses and industry. Regular monitoring of air quality is vital in hospitals and surgical suites, intensive care units (ICUs), pharmacies and other patient care facilities.
Common factors associated with the growth of these microorganisms include water leakage, high humidity and poor ventilation. Moisture related to HVAC components, such as cooling coils and humidifiers in poorly maintained air conditioning systems, may provide favourable conditions for bacterial growth and contamination.
Air testing for Microorganisms at Envirolab
Air sampling for microorganisms assists to isolate and identify hazards in work health or occupational health and safety.
NATA Accredited Envirolab has the expertise to assist you with the regular monitoring of:
- Airborne bacteria and fungi
- Surface bacteria and fungi
Contact us today on how our specialised Envirolab team can provide reliable results and a rapid turnaround for your contamination testing requirements.
Dust is one of many sources of air pollution or environmental contamination.
While dust may occur naturally in the environment, excessive amounts of dust particles may be released within various industries and mechanical processes. In mining and construction, the processes of drilling, quarrying, blasting, grinding, crushing and sawing of rock, wood, ore and metal will break or separate these solid materials into solid particles. When dispersed into the air, these particles may result in higher levels of airborne dust.
In workplaces, dust may build up in poorly ventilated premises. When inhaled by those working in close proximity to the source, dust may cause problems with breathing, damage lungs and other respiratory organs and aggravate other existing health issues.
Air Testing and Monitoring Airborne Dust at Envirolab
With many years of expertise in the field, Envirolab works with clients in different industries and commercial establishments to routinely air test and monitor for airborne dust. Our full range of environmental services include:
- Mine roadway dust
- Inhalable dust or Respirable Dust
- Respirable quartz and cristobalite
- High volume dust
- Dust deposition
- Combustible dusts
NATA Accredited and focused on the quality of service, our Envirolab team can assist you with your enquiries on contamination testing.
Toxic compounds may be present in airborne particulate matter, which may result in headaches, poisoning and in some circumstances, death. Air quality should for this reason be regularly monitored in order to minimise any health risks.
Testing for Inorganic Gases and Fumes at Envirolab
Envirolab offers a full range of contamination testing services, including air testing and monitoring for inorganic gases and fumes for industrial and commercial environments. Our specialised team will be able to advise you about testing for:
- Acid Mists
- Diesel Particulate Matter
- Elemental carbon. organic carbon, total carbon)
- Hydrogen Sulphide
- Nitrogen Dioxide
- Welding fumes
Contact us now on how we can assist you with your enquiry on air testing.
Exposure to metals and metalloids may occur during the industrial and manufacturing processes of pesticides and fertilisers, metal mining and smelting, waste incineration or during the combustion of fossil fuels, such as the exhaust released by vehicles
Scientific Testing for Metals and Metalloids at Envirolab
Exposure to metals and metalloids can have serious health consequences therefore, monitoring exposure levels on a regular and sometimes permanent basis across different industries and sectors has led our proficient team to develop specific, reliable methods for air testing to ensure your safety.
Envirolab offers air quality testing of the ambient environment and emissions caused by metals and metalloids. Backed by many years of expertise, our scientific testing services include:
- Personal Monitoring
- High Volume filters
Our team of professionals at Envirolab will advise on the appropriate analytical method and sampling procedure in accordance with relevant Australian Standards (AS) and Safe Work Australia guidelines. Contact us today to find out more on how we can assist you with your environmental testing enquiry.
Employers and property owners are required by law to provide a safe environment for employees and tenants. The measurement of airborne solvent vapour may for this reason, be essential for assessing possible health risks resulting from work activities and processes.
Testing for Vapours at Envirolab
As an industry expert in environmental science, Envirolab is specialised in conducting air testing for vapours including the following:
- VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) in tubes or badges
- Carbon Disulfide on Carbon Tubes
- Formaldehyde in air
As a NATA Accredited laboratory, our team at Envirolab is focused on providing quality results. Contact us today on how we can assist you with your enquiry.
Envirolab Services offers a wide range of services for occupational testing.
Inorganic Gase and Fumes
Metals and Metalloids
Supply of Air Sampling Media
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